Utilitarian Pink Saturday
A pink bicycle...perfect for pedaling around town. My daughter purchased this when gas prices exceeded $4.00 a gallon. We still haven't gotten around to buying those perfect bicycle baskets we want...
I thought I'd take a picture of a fern one of my friends gave me this week; she didn't want to bring it into the house and she knew she would kill it. I'm guessing she hasn't heard my horror stories of trying to keep ferns alive over the winter months. This may be the healthiest you'll see this fern!
Yesterday at the Fall Festival was pretty amazing. The Digital Bookmobile is incredible. Their next stops are in St. Louis and St. Charles. It seems that lots of libraries across the country are signing up for this program.
Megan joined me for lunch yesterday...we had the sampler platter from the Humane Society--deepfried stuffed black olives, fried green tomatoes, and fried macaroni and cheese; a Monte Cristo sandwich (never again), a Cajun catfish sandwich, a BBQ baked potato(amazingly enough, not deep fried), and chicken and dumplings. I also bought a cherry kuchen from Resurrection Church, and some buckeyes (chocolate and peanutbutter candies) from Albion Bacon Fellows organization. All washed down with a Coke Zero. The kuchen and buckeyes were brought home for later.